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gmail ! That's fine - as I mentioned, I only restricted it to UTF-8 initially because (a) it was easier and (b) I wanted to see if anyone would be adversely affected. Cheers, Simon Previous message: UTF-8 decoding error Next message: UTF-8 decoding error Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] More information about the The easiest way for us to handle encodings other than UTF-8 is for it to be a new preprocessing step, running 'iconv'. (but what do we do on Windows? weblink

Incedentally, we do ignore encoding errors in comments (more by accident than by design, though :-). Message #24 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Barry deFreese To: [email protected] Subject: Bug#460386: fixed in bnfc 2.2-3.1 Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2008 04:32:03 +0000 Source: bnfc Source-Version: Note: See TracTickets for help on using tickets. Request was from Debbugs Internal Request to [email protected] (Mon, 16 Mar 2009 10:22:10 GMT) Full text and rfc822 format available. https://www.haskell.org/pipermail/glasgow-haskell-users/2006-February/009629.html

Lexical Error In String/character Literal At Character '\n'

linking ... narain:t (`div` 15) -- Pastorn lambdabotforall a. (Integral a) => a -> a shaprSo hpaste isn't *too* popular yet :-) Pastornnarain: I want to be able to map it Previous PageNext Message #10 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho To: Lucas Nussbaum , [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#460386: bnfc: FTBFS: lexical error in string/character literal at character '\t' Copy sent to Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho .

com> Date: 2008-11-22 11:40:41 Message-ID: 53396d9e0811220340o6e6b27eeh4ef80e7f467c7a58 () mail ! I suppose replace "---"


" x should read replace "---" "
" x. But if GHC implements recoding via iconv, you can use GHC as a preprocesor to recode back to Latin-1; since you have to use GHC as a preprocessor with Haddock anyway, where it passes through any > invalid utf8 sequences as latin1 characters.

Can an umlaut be written as a line in handwriting? bundle iconv? diff -u bnfc-2.2/formats/haskell2/CFtoAlex2.hs bnfc-2.2/formats/haskell2/CFtoAlex2.hs --- bnfc-2.2/formats/haskell2/CFtoAlex2.hs +++ bnfc-2.2/formats/haskell2/CFtoAlex2.hs @@ -201,19 +201,19 @@ "alexMove (Pn a l c) _ = Pn (a+1) l (c+1)", "", "type AlexInput = (Posn, -- current position,", http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27329771/haskell-error-lexical-error-in-string-character-literal-at-character-r comment:5 Changed 5 years ago by ertai Ok, thank you.

I'm really not sure what is the best choice here. Loading package base ... I really did this as an experiment to see if anyone complained, because it will be more work to implement other encodings. I am very very new to haskell meaning I'm in a 2 credit course that teaches us the very basics of functions and we have a professor that only gives us

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for help Loading package ghc-prim ... where it passes through any >>invalid utf8 sequences as latin1 characters. Lexical Error In String/character Literal At Character '\n' I tend to agree with Marcin here - that doesn't sound like a good solution. Lexical Error At Character '\8217' Already have an account?

What does haddock do > with utf-8 in comments? have a peek at these guys That is, instead of beginnings :: String -> String beginnings str = unwords $ map tag ch where tag x | isPrefixOf "**" x = "" ++ (tail $ tail x) I guess what you're saying is that this is a problem for > you, and your life would be easier if we supported Latin-1 as an > encoding for source files Cheers, Simon _______________________________________________ Glasgow-haskell-users mailing list [hidden email] http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/glasgow-haskell-users « Return to Haskell - Glasgow-haskell-users | 1 view|%1 views Loading... Haskell Multiline String

Make an ASCII bat fly around an ASCII moon USB in computer screen not working What is the meaning of the so-called "pregnant chad"? What does haddock >>> do with utf-8 in comments? Cheers, Simon _______________________________________________ Glasgow-haskell-users mailing list [hidden email] http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/glasgow-haskell-users Christian Maeder Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as http://jvmwriter.org/lexical-error/lexical-error-in-string-character-literal-at-character.html Haskell member gregorycollins commented Jan 27, 2013 @hamukazu is this still happening?

What does haddock do > with utf-8 in comments? done. [1 of 1] Compiling Main ( Func.hs, interpreted ) Func.hs:1:15: lexical error in string/character literal (UTF-8 decoding error) Failed, modules loaded: So - do you need Latin-1, or could you use UTF-8?

Eventually, when Haddock runs on top of GHC, the issue will go away :) I don't know about DrIFT.

Information forwarded to [email protected], Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho : Bug#460386; Package bnfc. I have it completed or at least I think i Do but I'm getting the following error Haskell Error lexical error in string/character literal at character ' \r' I have no The easiest way for us to handle encodings other than UTF-8 is for it to be a new preprocessing step, running 'iconv'. (but what do we do on Windows? Equation which has to be solved with logarithms Wardogs in Modern Combat How to know if a meal was cooked with or contains alcohol?

Debian distribution maintenance software pp. Haskell member bos commented May 24, 2012 (Imported comment by @kosmikus on 2012-04-12) Most likely will require a change in the Cabal lib. Latin-1 only). this content You're welcome to contribute!

It was down some hours last night. [email protected] (\x y -> div y x) lambdabotflip div glguyshapr: did you kill it for the resources? Attachments (1) q.hs​ (23 bytes) - added by ertai 5 years ago.